Gleb Tsipursky describes how he struggles to teach with a mental health condition, and how instructors -- and their colleagues -- can deal effectively with such disorders.
California tells insurers that they can't alter the plans they provide to Catholic colleges that wanted to drop coverage.
Nursing schools have growing numbers of openings for professors, but that doesn't mean the search process is easy, write Regina M. Cusson and Thomas Lawrence Long.
Amid faculty uproar, university abandons requirement that those who don't comply with annual health testing -- and complete a detailed health profile -- pay $100 a month.
While other colleges have cut adjuncts' hours to avoid insurance mandates ahead of the Affordable Care Act taking effect, College of DuPage is offering some adjuncts coverage under a new "lecturer" designation.
Obama proposes that religious colleges be exempt from paying for employee birth control, but those on their plans would still receive contraceptive coverage.
Rate of growth in campus spending on health benefits slowed a bit in 2012, and more campuses offered consumer-driven plans and wellness programs, annual survey shows.
Purdue is setting up an on-site health care center for employees, hoping that easy access to health advice will help the university save money on benefits in the long run.
With a focus on job training and steady growth, Rasmussen College may look more like a local college than a for-profit
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